Hailing from the Portland Oregon area, Cruelty Pageant is the creation of Carroll Kraston, who has been a member of such Portland Goth and Darkwave bands as Nefarium and Cerulean Winter. The band's name is derived from Antonin Artaud's "Theatre Of Cruelty", a style of theatre intended to challenge the audience, and give them a transcendent experience. Cruelty Pageant's music is electronic based goth, drawing on the dark influences of Goth and 70s Glam artists such as T Rex, Roxy... Topic: Cruelty Pageant
An audio file of how my neighbor's dogs were barking on a regular basis. These poor dogs where tied to trees, got tangled, left for days without food or water. I tried to get the authorities involved for seven years to no avail. Topics: animal cruelty, Hana, Maui
A film festival favorite, The Witness highlights the dramatic and inspiring personal transformation of tough Brooklyn construction contractor, Eddie Lama, whose heart is opened by the love of a kitten. Los Angeles Times columnist Howard Rosenberg wrote, "The Witness is one man's truth that cries out for mass exposure--it may be the most important and persuasive film about animals ever made Topics: animal rights, cruelty, animals
The RSPCA work around the clock to provide care for animals without a home. Courtney Roberts takes a look at what goes on behind the scenes at the Lincoln branch. Topics: animals, animal cruelty, rspca, pet adpotion
An hour's worth (out of 8 continuous) of my neighbor's barking dogs on Sunday, January 11, 2009. In preparation for a court appearance for his continuous noise ordinance violations and cruelty to animals. Topics: Durham, noise ordinance, animal cruelty, barking dogs
byRon L Clark, Faith Memorial Baptist Church, Overton, NS, Canada
This sermon on Luke 23:39-43 takes note of the amazing conversion of the thief on the cross and the Lord's response to him, which confirms, that on the day of the death of a Christian, the soul is taken to be with Him in glory. Topics: Cruelty, Condemnation, Conversion, Witness, Lord, King, Today, Union, Paradise.
First, we hear Sir Gerald Kaufman speaking on the floor of the British House of Commons in April of 2002. Much more recently (2-5-2014), Sir Gerald again rose there, to speak on the humanitarian situation in Gaza. We hear excerpts from that speech. The feature presentation today is an interview with Eva Bartlett who has been called Canada’s Rachel Corrie. (Unlike Corrie, Bartlett is very much alive today.) She is an activist and journalist who has been living in Gaza since 2008 (about 5... Topics: Sherif Fam, Palestine, Gaza, Israeli cruelty, occupation, apartheid
First a local report; then, our host's direct interview with Canadian journalist/activist Eva Bartlett. Bowing to a campaign by Zionist donors, Northeastern University's administration has abruptly banned the campus organization Students for Justice in Palestine. This was triggered by a purposely dramatic SJP action: placing Israel-style mock eviction notices under dormitory doors. The goal was to awaken the student community to Israel's daily practice in Palestine. But the reason given by NU's... Topics: Sherif Fam, Palestine, Gaza, Israeli cruelty, occupation, apartheid
George Rolph (Me) went on a hunger and water strike in protest at the way the French company ATOS, the Britsh Department of Work and Pensions and the British government (With the backing of most of the House of Commons including the left wing Labour Party who first brought ATOS to the UK) have caused deaths and great misery to thousands of disabled people in the land by stripping them of all benefits and leaving them penniless. They have done this by declaring people who cannot work fit for... Topics: Protest, cruelty, government, hunger, hunger strike, disabled, war, battle, help
This week we discuss police violence against Black women, the former foster teen who turned to Craigslist to rent a family for one happy birthday, animal cruelty, and our picks for Dorothy in the NBC live production of the Wiz. Topics: #blackgirlslivesmatter, police violence, animal cruelty, foster children, The Wiz
LibriVox recording of At the Point of the Bayonet: A Tale of the Mahratta War by G. A. Henty. Read in English by Lynne Thompson; Dave Gillespie; Soumen Barua; Adele de Pignerolles; Mike Pelton; deongines; JaredHB; Michele Eaton; Esther ben Simonides; Rachel The story of the war in which the power of the great Mahratta confederacy was broken ended in the firm establishment of the British Empire the Indian Peninsula. When the struggle began, the Mahrattas were masters of no small portion of... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, India, British Empire, war, cruelty, clive, tyrants
byVictoria Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library Division, Provincial Archives of British Columbia Topics: Victoria Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Victoria Society for the Prevention of...
byNew Brunswick Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; New Brunswick. An Act to Incorporate the New Brunswick Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Canada. An Act to Prevent Cruelty to Animals While in Transit by Railway or Other Means of Conveyance Within the Dominion of Canada
At head of title: The New Brunswick Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Topics: New Brunswick Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, New Brunswick Society for the...
Discusses the ideas of sentience, pain, morality and the rights that each individual is or is not entitled to. Suggested Level: UG (Undergraduate) Topics: SOC, SOC.UG, Sentience--Philosophy, Human rights--Philosophy, Pain--Philosophy, Cruelty to animals
LibriVox recording of Narrative of My Captivity Among the Sioux Indians, by Fanny Kelly. Read by TriciaG. "Narrative of my captivity among the Sioux Indians: with a brief account of General Sully's Indian expedition in 1864, bearing upon events occurring in my captivity" "I was a member of a small company of emigrants, who were attacked by an overwhelming force of hostile Sioux, which resulted in the death of a large proportion of the party, in my own capture, and a horrible... Topics: LibriVox, audiobook, memoir, biography, Sioux, Ogalalla, Blackfeet, frontier life, barbarism,...
95 Lives is an electro anti-folk pop song by Team Smile and Nod from their debut album, Look Both Ways Before You Die, about animal cruelty/ vegetarianism/ veganism/ meat-eaters. Topics: 95, lives, vegetarian, vegan, animal, cruelty, Team Smile and Nod, electro, anti-folk, pop